Uriah and Cheryl have both released statements in regards to Girl Meets Wrold being cancelled. I’m a little late in posting Uriah’s but Cheryl just recently posted hers on Facebook.
Girl Meets World has come to an end – but the story it leaves behind is timeless.
Michael Jacobs created an incredible show that transcends generation after generation and I’ll forever be indebted to him for giving me the opportunity to play Katy Hart-Hunter.
To the cast, thank you for welcoming me with open arms into your world and for being insanely fun to play off of.
To the best crew in town, thank you for always smiling, laughing and occasionally shedding a tear if a performance moved you so. It kept us actors on our toes and more humble than you may ever know.
And finally, to the fans – I’m continuously blown away by your outpour of love and thoughtful emails, messages and tweets broadcasting your support.
I’ll never forget this wonderfully special chapter of my life and regardless of what lies ahead, I’ll forever be grateful I got to be a part of #GirlMeetsWorld!
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